Previously known as Public Safety, Campus Safety Services is in its final steps of a department restructuring. Read more
In the first of two listening sessions, students were able to connect with the LMU administration and members from LMU's search firm, Spelman Johnson, to express their expectations and concerns about the new vice president for Student Affairs. Read more
While Community of Care does not provide emergency housing to students, it does help unhoused students contact and coordinate with the appropriate resources to accommodate them. Read more
The controversial Instagram account takes a look at the morose side of campus ecology. Is there a place for that, or does it go too far?
The WWPA has announced the conference awards for the 2021 season, and four members of men's water polo have been named to WWPA All-Conference teams. Read more...
Welcome back to the last 10 Track Shuffle of the fall semester. We interviewed experimental and electronic singer and producer AMAYAK47, who joined us to talk about creating an immersive atmosphere within a track, as well as her take on the best emcees of all time.
Professor Tara Pixley, Ph.D., has had years of experience in bringing their passion for telling the stories of marginalized individuals to their career as a visual journalist. The Loyolan sat down with them to get their thoughts on journalism's purpose and more.
Have you seen the aerial acrobats practicing in the courtyard by Palms North and South? They might be Jessie Nial and Blake Borders, founder and vice president (respectively) of the new Aerial Fitness Club on campus. Watch to find out how they got interested in the art.